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You can do it by adding transitions between the speed changed clips as described in the documentation section titled Add Transitions Between Speed Segments. They say: When two adjacent speed segments are set to play at different speeds, you can control how smoothly the video switches between the playback speeds. When there’s no transition between the ...


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You can use the Time Remapping effect, and just use keyframes to ease in/out of different speeds. https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/using/duration-speed.html


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To answer your Questions in order: You can see the framerate of a clip or sequence by navigating to the metadata panel. It's usually one of the tabs in the upper left on the standard layout. If you don't see it, select Window -> Metadata. Generally, you should set sequences to match you source material. So if your camera records 720p @ 60 fps, stick to ...


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Just like with any effect property you can animate it by clicking on the little stop watch on the left of the effect property name (see below). You can apply the effect to just a single clip, you don't have to use it on the entire sequence, just drag and drop the effect from the effect list onto the desired clip and then animate the speed of the video via ...


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The best way is to add more light, I see you mentioned not having the equipment to do so. There are a couple of home hacks to get around that. 1) Remove lamp shades and use the highest wattage bulb you can. I also prefer the clear glass bulbs sometimes with a diffuser over them. I find that tends to be brighter than the hazed bulbs but I have official ...


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Two ways 1) Larger aperture (the lower the number the larger the aperture) letting in more light, but also narrowing your depth of field). 2) I would suggest a higher ISO, don't understand why that does not work for you. The current crop of camera's now are absolutely amazing at capturing low light environments that you cannot see with the naked eye. One ...



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